Twitter tennis page Relevant Tennis tried to ask this question to followers, who gave their surprising answers
What if the Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer became the coach of a young tennis player? Twitter tennis page Relevant Tennis tried to ask this question to followers, who gave their surprising answers.Relevant Tennis posted: “Let’s pretend that Roger Federer decides to become a coach, next year.
Which player, either in ATP or WTA Tour, would you like him to coach?”Twitter users and fans of the Tennis Relevant page have come up with several intriguing names.A user suggested Stefanos Tsitsipas and Ons Jabeur: “Tsitsipas on ATP.
Jabeur on WTA. Both trying to go from Major Finalists to Major Champs. Help Tsitsipas on the backhand wing: Block return, slice, pace absorption, flattening it out, & more. Help Jabeur with her decision making, shot selection, and clarity of mind under pressure.”A girl said Andy Murray: “Andy Murray…I just want to see it.” Another One the young British star Emma Raducanu, but there are also requests for Carlos Alcaraz and Elena Rybakina.
Both trying to go from Major Finalists to Major Champs
Help Tsitsipas on the backhand wing: Block return, slice, pace absorption, flattening it out, & more.
Help Jabeur with her decision making, shot selection, and clarity of mind under pressure.
Ljubicic talked about Federer
Ivan Ljubicic gave an interview to Tennis Majors, thus returning to talk about the Swiss champion. The Croatian coach, alongside the 41-year-old from Basel from 2016 to 2022, revealed how he learned that the winner of 20 Grand Slam titles intended to retire permanently from tennis.He explained: “The only way to stop him was for his body to be unable to continue.
He loves tennis so much that there was no way he made the decision to stop playing because he didn’t want to anymore. It was never going to happen. It was the only way to stop him.His skill didn’t diminish and his physical condition, perhaps over time, slowed it down a bit, but his genius still kept him on top.
The start was tough because in the second tournament he injured his meniscus and underwent his first operation.But at the same time, looking back, maybe it was lucky for us to have time to work and get to know each other even better.
Sure, I’ve had awkward moments where people thought I was hired because I was their friend and stuff like that. But of course he was happy that the results were coming.”